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area and looked around and wondered, where did all these cars come from? now a new study by uc-berkeley and mit answers that. they track about 350,000 bay area drivers using cell phones and gps signals and found most traffic jams are caused by drivers who come from outlying areas but all head in the same direction around the same time clogging up the roads. some of those areas that cause traffic include san ramon, san jose, hayward, dublin and san rafael. caltrans plans to use this information to reduce traffic in the future. one idea, more metering lights. they want to spread out those drivers to keep traffic moving smoothly. another asking drivers in those outlying areas to leave an hour earlier or an hour later. the study shows that by reducing the number of cars on the roads by just 1%, it would save another drive 8 minutes of drive time per hour. again, we're live in san ramon taking a look at interstate 680. traffic is moving now but give it another hour or two it's going to look different. it gets very congested here but with this new
may not be a big deal. uc berkeley plans to make one in six stars a planet the size of earth orbiting it. findings based on data launched three years ago presented in a conference in long beach, experts say this doesn't mean they're all habitable but it's encouraging sign for hunting for worlds like our own. >> 17 million to choose from? >> they're out there, somewhere. >> so many planets, so little time to talk about the weather. here is our live doppler 7 hd. clouds right now, but skies are bright in spots. tonight we have a dense fog advisory for many parents of the bay area. visibility could be reduced to a quarter mile or less in spots. so nationwide, rather typical mid winter day. snow, showers south and southeast. sunny skies northeast. high temperatures throughout central part of the country into 50s. tomorrow, california mainly sunny skies, mild in spots. here in the bay area, mainly sunny skies after a foggy start in the morning. sunny in the afternoon, high temperatures around 60 degrees in locations. a little bit higher than that as you go south ward,+r51 eastward. highs
judge has given final approval in the uc davis pepper spray case. the incidentin 2011 prompted national out rage after this video went viral. 21 students who were injured filed a lawsuit against the university. under thesettlement, each plaintiff will get $30,000 after attorney fees and other pay outs bart police are hoping to re reunit bikes and stolen bike parts with their rightful owners. the bikings were found at the richmond home of a 57-year old mark moore. moore was arrested when he tried to sell a stolen bike back to its owner. mooreis a convicted felon. picturesof the bikes, parts and information on how to reclaim them is posted on the website. google's eric schmitt called for open internet in north kree yachlt he is twl with a nine person commission. today theytoured a computing center and met with the few north koreans allowed to use the internet. the delegation is also calling on north korea to end the weapons program and provide fair treatment to a detained american person. >> bill talked about some snow flurries earlier. >> we have a shot on some of the higher peaks bu
. >>> new this morning, the costs to go to a uc campus won't likely go up next year. uc administrators announced yesterday that governor jerry brown's budget plan appears to provide enough funding to avoid an increase. brown's budget proposal includes an additional $250 million for the uc system. the amount is less than the uc requested, but probably enough to avoid an increase. >>> meanwhile, the brentwood school district may expand a program that puts ipads in elementary schools. officials are looking at expanding the program out to all the district's fourth graders. fourth grade was selected because of larger class sizes and the ability for students to learn independently. officials will hold a meeting january 23rd at edna middle school to determine interest level. >>> mcdonald's is trying something new with its happy meals in england. the fast food chain is pledging to distribute 15 million books instead of toys over the next two years. the program is called the happy readers initiative. the books are nonfiction and explore things like space and marine life. no word if the concept
point*. then uc like in egypt of war see government to make it hard to be picked from power. but as alluded to earlier, hundreds of thousands of rallying but the muslim brotherhood won the election. that was held fair and square but there was a opposition of the muslim brotherhood with the at the end peal of imposing sharia law but on the bread and butter appeal to get people back to work tapping into daily concerns and unfortunately you have situations for extremist groups where you don't have the strong push back. we and our allies need to provide support to the brave liberals and moderates hoodoo want to push back but made the tools to do so. >> i think it goes to the idea with the concept of privacy judeo christian approach that each individual has a show. that is the basis of the quality. how strong you are, how bright or how rich, if that is the case you have to have liberty because there is nothing like that decision but that is the source of liberty from religion. with the ideology takes over the regime then it erases the individuality of the soul. we have time for o
at u.c. berkeley, foreign-born, get this wonderful education, microsoft offered you a job for over $100,000 a year, and we have to say if the country will keep you. most of those students are told, they can't stay, get out of the united states. >> get out of the united states. he says for the first time in years both parts of immigration reform can happen. the illegal and the skilled immigration part of it. he also said the skilled part of the equation has, quote, been held hostage to the possible debate over illegal immigration and they haven't been able to fix the high-tech part of it because it's wrapped up in one bruising debate. >> what washington is doing when it comes to the lower immigration jobs it hijacking those higher edution jobs that we need? >> absolutely. >> with the tools that we have -- >> we want to import talent. but we want to grow talent. weapon want engineering and math in the education system. we have to do better with that. and he said better teachers make better students. he's not saying our teachers are bad -- >> our mechanics are bad. >> we need to raise up g
to share with you, it's 1967. the neighborhood was totally crazy. i am a graduate of uc med center and my professor of medicine said david where you're going? coming down here was a sign of career failure or mental illness or someone who was totally insane. and what happened, we were built on rock 'n roll, the concerts and that is how we survived and we had all of these celebrities come that wanted to visit us. then of course i would try to get a donation from them. that is all we did, one of which was preminger coming to make a movie. we were totally on volunteers and another part of david's book that was so good was when he said the hell's angels ran a daycare center or something like that. only at that time but that makes sense. [laughter] so what i did was i worked at san francisco general you see during the day and the clinic at night. so a arlo preminger was going to come and make a movie and make a big donation. there is a big limo parked right out there and had dinner at one of the now closed restaurants just down the way. i told everybody that arlo preminger was going to come and
that job -- >> do we discourage them now? >> oh, absolutely. you can be a student at uc berkeley, foreign born. get this wonderful education. microsoft offers you a job for over $100,000 a year and we have to say if the country will keep you. and most of those students are told they can't stay. get out of the united states. >> get out of the united states. he wants to change that. and he -- you know, he also is very passionate in his foundation, very passionate about education reform in the united states and measuring results in the u.s. and getting american kids up to snuff on science, technology, engineering, math. he'd like to take the money people pay for the visa to work here, take that money, put it into science and math education in the u.s. so we're growing talent and importing talent at the same time. it's vital to the economy. >> it will be very interesting to see where that goes and if you can do that. there are so many educational systems where math and science is failing or doesn't even exist for students. >> another interesting thing he said, he said that this discussion abo
be introduced by two former senators, sam nunn, democrat of georgia, and john warner, republican of virginia. uc senator ayotte and senator mccaskill behind her. patty is in knoxville, tennessee. caller: good morning. the problem i have is he is a veteran, and go ahead and appoint a man. op harping on what happened in the past and what he said and appoint a man. we found out last week that we don't have anybody over at the atf. that may be a problem with out- of-control people with government. have a good day. host: thomas tweets in. back to your calls. paul in brooklyn. good morning. please go ahead. caller: when i think about -- i am doing annual reviews at work, and one of the questions that comes up is what the employee is doing best for themselves or best for the company, and how to they rate on that spectrum. when i look at the nomination process that is going on right now, i look at the senators and, now, i look at the senators and, they are
in pacif the womb. they tested 40 american and 40 y tim swedish newborns. they counted how many times uc babies sucked on a pacifier as they listened to english and swedish language. americans sucked more often when hearing swedish and vice versa.rns it's con researchers believe that newborns were interested in the foreign sounds. >>> mcdonald's is embracing a new name in australia later this month.nge they'll change the signs on 13 i of its restaurants down under to macus, the australian name for the chain. in in honor of the australian day, the holiday. it will only be temporary po through the end of the month. >> they're changing mcdonald's to -- >> maccas.ma just >>> we all know that accessories are important, right? that even goes for cutting-edge consumer electronics. we'll see the new smartphone accessories and much more at the big show in las vegas right now coming up on "cbs this morning." we'll be right back. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" at 8:00 is brought to you by our sponsor, with the inside story on shingles. an intense burning sensation like
assessment of child and teen program at uc san francisco dr. lustig. he's out with an extremely important new book. "fat chance beating the odds against sugar, processed food, obesity and disease." everybody should buy this book and read from it. this is going to be cutting edge in terms of how we look at food and, specifically, let's talk about sugar. which you lay the blame of obesity on sugar. >> actually, i really don't. there are lots and lots of ways to get obese. >> okay. >> lots of different food stuff that contribute to weight gain. for instance, harvard school of public health showed potato chips and french fries were the biggest single contributors to weight gain. >> absolutely. >> the thing about sugar that is so cit is the cause. the thing that takes you from obesity to all the metabolic problems that occur secondary to obesity. that is the hypertension, the diabetes, the heart disease and likely the cancer and the dementia. conglomerately we call this metabolic syndrome. >> got it. okay. that characterizes it well. >> that's where the money goes. >> it does, we can talk about --
: the senator from new york. mr. schumer: i have been asked to make a u.c. statement. before i do -- and i know that senator kerry will be speaking tomorrow, so i'll be brief. i think i speak on behalf of every one of us here that we so admire the job he has done in his past life in many different phases. we're excited that he'll be our secretary of state. and i think for john kerry, the best is yet to come. mr. president, i ask unanimous consent the senate proceed to a period of morning business with senators permitted to speak for up to ten minutes each. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. grassley: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from iowa. mr. grassley: i would ask to speak in morning business for 15 minutes. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. grassley: my fellow members know that the issue of transparency is a very favorite topic of mine, and i come to the floor today to speak about transparency as it relates to a very specific problem within the department of housing and urban development. it's no secret that i have worked to bring greater transparen
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